11993Re: Color Correction
- Oct 9, 2003--- In email@example.com, Richard Chalfan <rchalfan@y...>
> For planetary observation I doubt it. Optically, a
> fine apo like a TMB is already about as good as you
> can get on axis. So too with an eyepiece like the TMB
> Monocentric, again on axis. Each is designed to stand
> alone. But Tom would need to tell us if he could have
> achieved a "sensible" gain if he had designed them
> together. My guess is no, you could never perceive
> the difference even if the design software said there
> were a little bit.
Every time I read a gripe about "secondary color" anywhere, I think
was the instrument truly on axis when the observation was made.
Thank you, bill
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